Hmm, well with having it setup through no-ip, my isp is blocking outbound port 25, so i had to set the the send connector ( Set-SendConnector -Identity " "-port 3325) this way i can send mail out. Does this make sense?
And yes I am quite new to Exchange, but better testing and learning before getting on-site. Thanks for that link to I am checking that out now.
Could i get your email if i run into any issues while setting this up?
Originally Posted by techmaverick85
I don't quite understand what you mean by forwarding port 3325 to port 25? Never heard of that before... Unless it's some strange outbound email configuration?
You should only really have 25 and 443 open inbound. 25 for inbound mail, and 443 for OWA, Outlook Anywhere, ActiveSync etc.
I didn't realise you were setting it up in a production environment soon. it sounds like you're quite new to it (no offence
) so perhaps use the following link to build your solution
I'm an Exchange consultant, so can give you some best endeavours advice while you're on site if I'm about.